Cycling and Mountain Biking

Cycling and Mountain Biking

Cycling and Mountain Biking

The South West region is becoming a mecca for mountain biking, cycling and even quad-biking enthusiasts as many of the towns invest in trails and infrastructure. There’s an outstanding network of trails that take casual riders and serious mountain bikers into the heart of the region's wildflower country and native forests.

With a Mediterranean climate ensuring ample sunshine and plenty of untouched landscapes, a biking holiday is sure to be memorable. Who doesn’t love the idea of biking in the morning and sitting down to a beverage or gourmet lunch in the afternoon? We’ve provided some of the top trails below, however we suggest visiting the Trails WA for a full list.

For maps and help with finding the cycling tracks listed below, ask a local visitor centre.

The region’s longest off-road trail

The Munda Biddi Trail is a world-class, nature-based off-road cycling experience spanning 1000 kilometres from Perth to Albany. The mountain biking equivalent to the Bibbulmun Track, the Munda Biddi has sections to suit all mountain biking abilities. The trail winds through unspoilt river valleys and magnificent forests with purpose-built campsites and roomy camp huts along the way. Munda Biddi has made it into National Geographic’s Top 10 Cycle Routes in the World.

Bike Trails, tours and transfers

There’s an outstanding network of trails that take casual riders and serious mountain bikers into the heart of the region’s wildflower country and native forests. BYO bike or take a tour to explore.
Take a tour of stunning destinations within Collie River Valley.
Tours that take you through majestic forests, pristine rivers, and the rugged coastlines around Pemberton.
Electric mountain bike winery tours in the Margaret River wine region.
Tracks, trails and adventure in the Collie River Valley region.
World-class, nature-based, off-road cycling experience tracing 1000km from Perth to Albany.

Some of our other favourite trails

Albany Downhill Mountain Bike Trail, Albany

0.7km | Very difficult 

Don’t let the length of this mountain biking trail fool you… In 700m you’ll experience 41 jumps, drops, wooden berms and other technical features, a 76m drop and some of the most breathtaking views of King George Sound. Just a couple of minutes from Albany city centre, the trail is great for daring beginners to seasoned experts.

Denmark to Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail

54km | Difficult

This 54km scenic coastal trail features a variety of forest, farmland and coastal heathland views. Distinct sections are suitable for bikes. 

Ellen Cove to Albany Port, Albany

6km | Easy

This dual-use cycle pathway is one of the best ways to see the beautiful coastline of the historic town of Albany.

Grizzly Trail, Mount Lennard, Wellington National Park

6km | Difficult 

The Grizzly Trail forms part of the Mount Lennard mountain bike area, which contains around 40kms of mountain biking trails. Challenge yourself with an obstacle course of bermed turns and log rides, set along a narrow track that winds through 6km of jarrah forest and granite outcrops. 

Wadandi Track, Margaret River

23km | Varying difficulty 

Formally known as ‘Rails to Trails’, this path is open to cyclists and showcases the heritage of the former Busselton to Flinders Bay Railway. The track takes you through some of the most beautiful natural bush, farmland and vineyards in the region, and is one not to be missed. 

Old Timberline and Sidings Rails Trails, Nannup

37km | Easy

The 22km Old Timberline Trail is a one-day cycle that sees you travel down windy walk trails and old timber roads. Originally a road and rail line used to remove logs from the jarrah forest, today the trail is utilised by walkers and mountain bike riders. A second rail trail, the Sidings Rail Trail, also begins in Nannup and follows the route of a former government railway. 

The Pines, Bramley Forest, Margaret River

8km | Difficult 

Located right on the edge of Margaret River town, the Pines are some of the best mountain bike trails in WA. Easy fire road climbs, fast, flowing single-track descents, berms and fun table top jumps characterise these adrenaline-pumping tracks, which are great options for riders of all abilities. 

Rays Trail, Collie

8km | Difficult 

Located on the outskirts of Collie, Rays Trail offers a tight twisting, cross-country mountain biking experience not for the faint-hearted. Start the ride with heaps of twists and turns, before encountering berms as you travel downhill. You’ll then be greeted by an uphill climb and several large log rides. 

Relentless Blue, Pemberton MTB Park, Pemberton

4.5km | Difficult 

The signature trail of the Pemberton MTB Park, Relentless Blue incorporates the lay of the land with turns, switchbacks, log rollovers, a log mountain, wall rides, earth berms and the “Hell Mile”. The western side of the trail features the main climb and a series of ups and downs, while the eastern side has distinct cross-country elements. 

Not to be missed

Don’t miss out on these cycling events happening in the region.

Southern Peaks

23 - 24 September 2024
Weekend festival in Albany for mountain bike enthusiasts and adrenaline-seekers.

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You can find a list of caravan and holiday parks in the South West accommodation section of this website

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